i502 Wet flower transfer – 04-2016

///i502 Wet flower transfer – 04-2016

i502 Wet flower transfer – 04-2016

i502 Wet flower transfer – 04-2016

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board has issued an Interim Policy to allow the wholesale and transfer of wet flower from a licensed producer to a licensed processor without first packaging into lots. This Interim Policy is effective August 24, 2016, and expires when permanent rules take effect. Permanent rulemaking to implement these provisions is currently underway.

 

The Interim Policy is located on WSLCB’s Laws and Rules webpage under Interim Policies: http://lcb.wa.gov/laws/interim-policies.

If you wish to comment on the permanent rulemaking related to this Interim Policy, please do so using the contact information below. Information on permanent rulemaking in progress is available on WSLCB’s Laws and Rules webpage under Proposed Rules: http://lcb.wa.gov/rules/proposed-rules.

 

By mail:   Rules Coordinator                 By e-mail:             By fax:

Liquor and Cannabis Board    [email protected]    360-664-9689

P.O. Box 43080

Olympia, WA  98504-3080

i502 Wet flower transfer – 04-2016

RMMC provides services to clients in the development and operational stages of their cannabis businesses.  We can assists our clients through state application processes which we call phase one.  We provide everything an applicant would need in the format needed to submit to the authority board in charge of reviewing the applications.  RMMC works diligently with its clients, the authority board and the investigator’s to help facilitate a timely, professional and successful submission of the application.  RMMC provides services to clients in the development and operational stages of their cannabis businesses.  We can assists our clients through state application processes which we call phase one.  We provide everything an applicant would need in the format needed to submit to the authority board in charge of reviewing the applications.  RMMC works diligently with its clients, the authority board and the investigator’s to help facilitate a timely, professional and successful submission of the application.

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